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A Philly pizzeria owner and his friend were prevented from boarding a Southwest Airlines plane because passengers were nervous

Passengers asked him what was in the white box he was carrying, so he shared his baklava with them.

Two American men were detained from boarding a Southwest Airlines plane from Chicago to Philadelphia after a passenger heard them speaking Arabic and declared that he felt unsafe. At first, Maher Khalil, who owns a pizzeria in Philadelphia, and his friend, Anas Ayyad, who both moved to America from Palestine 15 years ago when they were teenagers, were apologetically told at the gate that they would be unable to board the plane.

"If that person doesn't feel safe, let them take the bus," Khalil said to a Southwest Airlines gate agent, according to NBC Philadelphia. "We're American citizens just like everybody else."

Khalil did not know what to do, so he called 911 and reported the incident of racial profiling. The flight was delayed while both passengers were questioned by airport security and police. Eventually they were allowed to board the plane to fly back home, and Southwest Airlines issued a statement acknowledging the brief incident.

“Safety is our primary focus, and our Employees are trained to make decisions to ensure that safety, and to safeguard the security of our Crews and Customers on every flight," the airline's statement read.

Once aboard, many fellow passengers were supportive of the men’s plight, but a few questioned “what was that white box” in their hands, and demanded that they open it.

“So I shared my baklava with them,” Khalil said.


Hazleton family looking for ‘Bingo’

Bingo&rsquos owners, the Veet family, are anxious for his return.

Light brown chihuahua missing since June 19

It&rsquos terrible, not knowing what happened to Bingo.

The last time his worried owner, Bunnie Veet, saw him, it was June 19, and the 16-year-old chihuahua was in her yard on Locust Street in Hazleton, surrounded by a tall fence.

&ldquoHe was very friendly, he would go with anybody,&rdquo said Veet, who has been running advertisements in the lost & found columns of area newspapers.

Veet is offering a reward for the dog&rsquos return, and her daughter Tricia specifies, &ldquono questions asked.&rdquo They&rsquod just like to have him back.

Bingo was a faithful companion to Bunnie Veet&rsquos late husband, Lawrence, and after his death in 2016, the pup became her little buddy.

&ldquoIt&rsquos hard to say,&rdquo Bunnie Veet said, sounding tearful in a telephone interview. &ldquoI just miss him being here. He&rsquos light brown and he&rsquos got white underneath his chin and down by his stomach. He was wearing a blue collar, with all his tags.&rdquo

Veet, a 75-year-old retiree who has Parkinson&rsquos Disease, surmises the dog could have run out of the yard &ldquoif somebody came in or went out and didn&rsquot make sure the gate was latched.&rdquo

It&rsquos also possible that someone saw how cute he was and just took him.

More than three years ago he was missing for a week, until Tricia Veet recognized him being walked by someone else on a nearby street.

This time, Tricia has posted Bingo&rsquos photo all through the neighborhood and on social media.

&ldquoWe keep getting calls and calls and calls,&rdquo Bunnie Veet said. &ldquoMy son runs to check it out we went as far as White Haven.&rdquo

So far, none of the clues have led to Bingo.

If anyone who might have him or know where he is, Bunnie Veet said, &ldquoPlease, I miss him. It&rsquos not that he has a big health problem but he gets sick quite a bit and we do give him medicine. He needs his medicine.&rdquo

Anyone who might have information about Bingo is asked to contact 570-455-6325 or 570-401-3188.


Hazleton family looking for ‘Bingo’

Bingo&rsquos owners, the Veet family, are anxious for his return.

Light brown chihuahua missing since June 19

It&rsquos terrible, not knowing what happened to Bingo.

The last time his worried owner, Bunnie Veet, saw him, it was June 19, and the 16-year-old chihuahua was in her yard on Locust Street in Hazleton, surrounded by a tall fence.

&ldquoHe was very friendly, he would go with anybody,&rdquo said Veet, who has been running advertisements in the lost & found columns of area newspapers.

Veet is offering a reward for the dog&rsquos return, and her daughter Tricia specifies, &ldquono questions asked.&rdquo They&rsquod just like to have him back.

Bingo was a faithful companion to Bunnie Veet&rsquos late husband, Lawrence, and after his death in 2016, the pup became her little buddy.

&ldquoIt&rsquos hard to say,&rdquo Bunnie Veet said, sounding tearful in a telephone interview. &ldquoI just miss him being here. He&rsquos light brown and he&rsquos got white underneath his chin and down by his stomach. He was wearing a blue collar, with all his tags.&rdquo

Veet, a 75-year-old retiree who has Parkinson&rsquos Disease, surmises the dog could have run out of the yard &ldquoif somebody came in or went out and didn&rsquot make sure the gate was latched.&rdquo

It&rsquos also possible that someone saw how cute he was and just took him.

More than three years ago he was missing for a week, until Tricia Veet recognized him being walked by someone else on a nearby street.

This time, Tricia has posted Bingo&rsquos photo all through the neighborhood and on social media.

&ldquoWe keep getting calls and calls and calls,&rdquo Bunnie Veet said. &ldquoMy son runs to check it out we went as far as White Haven.&rdquo

So far, none of the clues have led to Bingo.

If anyone who might have him or know where he is, Bunnie Veet said, &ldquoPlease, I miss him. It&rsquos not that he has a big health problem but he gets sick quite a bit and we do give him medicine. He needs his medicine.&rdquo

Anyone who might have information about Bingo is asked to contact 570-455-6325 or 570-401-3188.


Hazleton family looking for ‘Bingo’

Bingo&rsquos owners, the Veet family, are anxious for his return.

Light brown chihuahua missing since June 19

It&rsquos terrible, not knowing what happened to Bingo.

The last time his worried owner, Bunnie Veet, saw him, it was June 19, and the 16-year-old chihuahua was in her yard on Locust Street in Hazleton, surrounded by a tall fence.

&ldquoHe was very friendly, he would go with anybody,&rdquo said Veet, who has been running advertisements in the lost & found columns of area newspapers.

Veet is offering a reward for the dog&rsquos return, and her daughter Tricia specifies, &ldquono questions asked.&rdquo They&rsquod just like to have him back.

Bingo was a faithful companion to Bunnie Veet&rsquos late husband, Lawrence, and after his death in 2016, the pup became her little buddy.

&ldquoIt&rsquos hard to say,&rdquo Bunnie Veet said, sounding tearful in a telephone interview. &ldquoI just miss him being here. He&rsquos light brown and he&rsquos got white underneath his chin and down by his stomach. He was wearing a blue collar, with all his tags.&rdquo

Veet, a 75-year-old retiree who has Parkinson&rsquos Disease, surmises the dog could have run out of the yard &ldquoif somebody came in or went out and didn&rsquot make sure the gate was latched.&rdquo

It&rsquos also possible that someone saw how cute he was and just took him.

More than three years ago he was missing for a week, until Tricia Veet recognized him being walked by someone else on a nearby street.

This time, Tricia has posted Bingo&rsquos photo all through the neighborhood and on social media.

&ldquoWe keep getting calls and calls and calls,&rdquo Bunnie Veet said. &ldquoMy son runs to check it out we went as far as White Haven.&rdquo

So far, none of the clues have led to Bingo.

If anyone who might have him or know where he is, Bunnie Veet said, &ldquoPlease, I miss him. It&rsquos not that he has a big health problem but he gets sick quite a bit and we do give him medicine. He needs his medicine.&rdquo

Anyone who might have information about Bingo is asked to contact 570-455-6325 or 570-401-3188.


Hazleton family looking for ‘Bingo’

Bingo&rsquos owners, the Veet family, are anxious for his return.

Light brown chihuahua missing since June 19

It&rsquos terrible, not knowing what happened to Bingo.

The last time his worried owner, Bunnie Veet, saw him, it was June 19, and the 16-year-old chihuahua was in her yard on Locust Street in Hazleton, surrounded by a tall fence.

&ldquoHe was very friendly, he would go with anybody,&rdquo said Veet, who has been running advertisements in the lost & found columns of area newspapers.

Veet is offering a reward for the dog&rsquos return, and her daughter Tricia specifies, &ldquono questions asked.&rdquo They&rsquod just like to have him back.

Bingo was a faithful companion to Bunnie Veet&rsquos late husband, Lawrence, and after his death in 2016, the pup became her little buddy.

&ldquoIt&rsquos hard to say,&rdquo Bunnie Veet said, sounding tearful in a telephone interview. &ldquoI just miss him being here. He&rsquos light brown and he&rsquos got white underneath his chin and down by his stomach. He was wearing a blue collar, with all his tags.&rdquo

Veet, a 75-year-old retiree who has Parkinson&rsquos Disease, surmises the dog could have run out of the yard &ldquoif somebody came in or went out and didn&rsquot make sure the gate was latched.&rdquo

It&rsquos also possible that someone saw how cute he was and just took him.

More than three years ago he was missing for a week, until Tricia Veet recognized him being walked by someone else on a nearby street.

This time, Tricia has posted Bingo&rsquos photo all through the neighborhood and on social media.

&ldquoWe keep getting calls and calls and calls,&rdquo Bunnie Veet said. &ldquoMy son runs to check it out we went as far as White Haven.&rdquo

So far, none of the clues have led to Bingo.

If anyone who might have him or know where he is, Bunnie Veet said, &ldquoPlease, I miss him. It&rsquos not that he has a big health problem but he gets sick quite a bit and we do give him medicine. He needs his medicine.&rdquo

Anyone who might have information about Bingo is asked to contact 570-455-6325 or 570-401-3188.


Hazleton family looking for ‘Bingo’

Bingo&rsquos owners, the Veet family, are anxious for his return.

Light brown chihuahua missing since June 19

It&rsquos terrible, not knowing what happened to Bingo.

The last time his worried owner, Bunnie Veet, saw him, it was June 19, and the 16-year-old chihuahua was in her yard on Locust Street in Hazleton, surrounded by a tall fence.

&ldquoHe was very friendly, he would go with anybody,&rdquo said Veet, who has been running advertisements in the lost & found columns of area newspapers.

Veet is offering a reward for the dog&rsquos return, and her daughter Tricia specifies, &ldquono questions asked.&rdquo They&rsquod just like to have him back.

Bingo was a faithful companion to Bunnie Veet&rsquos late husband, Lawrence, and after his death in 2016, the pup became her little buddy.

&ldquoIt&rsquos hard to say,&rdquo Bunnie Veet said, sounding tearful in a telephone interview. &ldquoI just miss him being here. He&rsquos light brown and he&rsquos got white underneath his chin and down by his stomach. He was wearing a blue collar, with all his tags.&rdquo

Veet, a 75-year-old retiree who has Parkinson&rsquos Disease, surmises the dog could have run out of the yard &ldquoif somebody came in or went out and didn&rsquot make sure the gate was latched.&rdquo

It&rsquos also possible that someone saw how cute he was and just took him.

More than three years ago he was missing for a week, until Tricia Veet recognized him being walked by someone else on a nearby street.

This time, Tricia has posted Bingo&rsquos photo all through the neighborhood and on social media.

&ldquoWe keep getting calls and calls and calls,&rdquo Bunnie Veet said. &ldquoMy son runs to check it out we went as far as White Haven.&rdquo

So far, none of the clues have led to Bingo.

If anyone who might have him or know where he is, Bunnie Veet said, &ldquoPlease, I miss him. It&rsquos not that he has a big health problem but he gets sick quite a bit and we do give him medicine. He needs his medicine.&rdquo

Anyone who might have information about Bingo is asked to contact 570-455-6325 or 570-401-3188.


Hazleton family looking for ‘Bingo’

Bingo&rsquos owners, the Veet family, are anxious for his return.

Light brown chihuahua missing since June 19

It&rsquos terrible, not knowing what happened to Bingo.

The last time his worried owner, Bunnie Veet, saw him, it was June 19, and the 16-year-old chihuahua was in her yard on Locust Street in Hazleton, surrounded by a tall fence.

&ldquoHe was very friendly, he would go with anybody,&rdquo said Veet, who has been running advertisements in the lost & found columns of area newspapers.

Veet is offering a reward for the dog&rsquos return, and her daughter Tricia specifies, &ldquono questions asked.&rdquo They&rsquod just like to have him back.

Bingo was a faithful companion to Bunnie Veet&rsquos late husband, Lawrence, and after his death in 2016, the pup became her little buddy.

&ldquoIt&rsquos hard to say,&rdquo Bunnie Veet said, sounding tearful in a telephone interview. &ldquoI just miss him being here. He&rsquos light brown and he&rsquos got white underneath his chin and down by his stomach. He was wearing a blue collar, with all his tags.&rdquo

Veet, a 75-year-old retiree who has Parkinson&rsquos Disease, surmises the dog could have run out of the yard &ldquoif somebody came in or went out and didn&rsquot make sure the gate was latched.&rdquo

It&rsquos also possible that someone saw how cute he was and just took him.

More than three years ago he was missing for a week, until Tricia Veet recognized him being walked by someone else on a nearby street.

This time, Tricia has posted Bingo&rsquos photo all through the neighborhood and on social media.

&ldquoWe keep getting calls and calls and calls,&rdquo Bunnie Veet said. &ldquoMy son runs to check it out we went as far as White Haven.&rdquo

So far, none of the clues have led to Bingo.

If anyone who might have him or know where he is, Bunnie Veet said, &ldquoPlease, I miss him. It&rsquos not that he has a big health problem but he gets sick quite a bit and we do give him medicine. He needs his medicine.&rdquo

Anyone who might have information about Bingo is asked to contact 570-455-6325 or 570-401-3188.


Hazleton family looking for ‘Bingo’

Bingo&rsquos owners, the Veet family, are anxious for his return.

Light brown chihuahua missing since June 19

It&rsquos terrible, not knowing what happened to Bingo.

The last time his worried owner, Bunnie Veet, saw him, it was June 19, and the 16-year-old chihuahua was in her yard on Locust Street in Hazleton, surrounded by a tall fence.

&ldquoHe was very friendly, he would go with anybody,&rdquo said Veet, who has been running advertisements in the lost & found columns of area newspapers.

Veet is offering a reward for the dog&rsquos return, and her daughter Tricia specifies, &ldquono questions asked.&rdquo They&rsquod just like to have him back.

Bingo was a faithful companion to Bunnie Veet&rsquos late husband, Lawrence, and after his death in 2016, the pup became her little buddy.

&ldquoIt&rsquos hard to say,&rdquo Bunnie Veet said, sounding tearful in a telephone interview. &ldquoI just miss him being here. He&rsquos light brown and he&rsquos got white underneath his chin and down by his stomach. He was wearing a blue collar, with all his tags.&rdquo

Veet, a 75-year-old retiree who has Parkinson&rsquos Disease, surmises the dog could have run out of the yard &ldquoif somebody came in or went out and didn&rsquot make sure the gate was latched.&rdquo

It&rsquos also possible that someone saw how cute he was and just took him.

More than three years ago he was missing for a week, until Tricia Veet recognized him being walked by someone else on a nearby street.

This time, Tricia has posted Bingo&rsquos photo all through the neighborhood and on social media.

&ldquoWe keep getting calls and calls and calls,&rdquo Bunnie Veet said. &ldquoMy son runs to check it out we went as far as White Haven.&rdquo

So far, none of the clues have led to Bingo.

If anyone who might have him or know where he is, Bunnie Veet said, &ldquoPlease, I miss him. It&rsquos not that he has a big health problem but he gets sick quite a bit and we do give him medicine. He needs his medicine.&rdquo

Anyone who might have information about Bingo is asked to contact 570-455-6325 or 570-401-3188.


Hazleton family looking for ‘Bingo’

Bingo&rsquos owners, the Veet family, are anxious for his return.

Light brown chihuahua missing since June 19

It&rsquos terrible, not knowing what happened to Bingo.

The last time his worried owner, Bunnie Veet, saw him, it was June 19, and the 16-year-old chihuahua was in her yard on Locust Street in Hazleton, surrounded by a tall fence.

&ldquoHe was very friendly, he would go with anybody,&rdquo said Veet, who has been running advertisements in the lost & found columns of area newspapers.

Veet is offering a reward for the dog&rsquos return, and her daughter Tricia specifies, &ldquono questions asked.&rdquo They&rsquod just like to have him back.

Bingo was a faithful companion to Bunnie Veet&rsquos late husband, Lawrence, and after his death in 2016, the pup became her little buddy.

&ldquoIt&rsquos hard to say,&rdquo Bunnie Veet said, sounding tearful in a telephone interview. &ldquoI just miss him being here. He&rsquos light brown and he&rsquos got white underneath his chin and down by his stomach. He was wearing a blue collar, with all his tags.&rdquo

Veet, a 75-year-old retiree who has Parkinson&rsquos Disease, surmises the dog could have run out of the yard &ldquoif somebody came in or went out and didn&rsquot make sure the gate was latched.&rdquo

It&rsquos also possible that someone saw how cute he was and just took him.

More than three years ago he was missing for a week, until Tricia Veet recognized him being walked by someone else on a nearby street.

This time, Tricia has posted Bingo&rsquos photo all through the neighborhood and on social media.

&ldquoWe keep getting calls and calls and calls,&rdquo Bunnie Veet said. &ldquoMy son runs to check it out we went as far as White Haven.&rdquo

So far, none of the clues have led to Bingo.

If anyone who might have him or know where he is, Bunnie Veet said, &ldquoPlease, I miss him. It&rsquos not that he has a big health problem but he gets sick quite a bit and we do give him medicine. He needs his medicine.&rdquo

Anyone who might have information about Bingo is asked to contact 570-455-6325 or 570-401-3188.


Hazleton family looking for ‘Bingo’

Bingo&rsquos owners, the Veet family, are anxious for his return.

Light brown chihuahua missing since June 19

It&rsquos terrible, not knowing what happened to Bingo.

The last time his worried owner, Bunnie Veet, saw him, it was June 19, and the 16-year-old chihuahua was in her yard on Locust Street in Hazleton, surrounded by a tall fence.

&ldquoHe was very friendly, he would go with anybody,&rdquo said Veet, who has been running advertisements in the lost & found columns of area newspapers.

Veet is offering a reward for the dog&rsquos return, and her daughter Tricia specifies, &ldquono questions asked.&rdquo They&rsquod just like to have him back.

Bingo was a faithful companion to Bunnie Veet&rsquos late husband, Lawrence, and after his death in 2016, the pup became her little buddy.

&ldquoIt&rsquos hard to say,&rdquo Bunnie Veet said, sounding tearful in a telephone interview. &ldquoI just miss him being here. He&rsquos light brown and he&rsquos got white underneath his chin and down by his stomach. He was wearing a blue collar, with all his tags.&rdquo

Veet, a 75-year-old retiree who has Parkinson&rsquos Disease, surmises the dog could have run out of the yard &ldquoif somebody came in or went out and didn&rsquot make sure the gate was latched.&rdquo

It&rsquos also possible that someone saw how cute he was and just took him.

More than three years ago he was missing for a week, until Tricia Veet recognized him being walked by someone else on a nearby street.

This time, Tricia has posted Bingo&rsquos photo all through the neighborhood and on social media.

&ldquoWe keep getting calls and calls and calls,&rdquo Bunnie Veet said. &ldquoMy son runs to check it out we went as far as White Haven.&rdquo

So far, none of the clues have led to Bingo.

If anyone who might have him or know where he is, Bunnie Veet said, &ldquoPlease, I miss him. It&rsquos not that he has a big health problem but he gets sick quite a bit and we do give him medicine. He needs his medicine.&rdquo

Anyone who might have information about Bingo is asked to contact 570-455-6325 or 570-401-3188.


Hazleton family looking for ‘Bingo’

Bingo&rsquos owners, the Veet family, are anxious for his return.

Light brown chihuahua missing since June 19

It&rsquos terrible, not knowing what happened to Bingo.

The last time his worried owner, Bunnie Veet, saw him, it was June 19, and the 16-year-old chihuahua was in her yard on Locust Street in Hazleton, surrounded by a tall fence.

&ldquoHe was very friendly, he would go with anybody,&rdquo said Veet, who has been running advertisements in the lost & found columns of area newspapers.

Veet is offering a reward for the dog&rsquos return, and her daughter Tricia specifies, &ldquono questions asked.&rdquo They&rsquod just like to have him back.

Bingo was a faithful companion to Bunnie Veet&rsquos late husband, Lawrence, and after his death in 2016, the pup became her little buddy.

&ldquoIt&rsquos hard to say,&rdquo Bunnie Veet said, sounding tearful in a telephone interview. &ldquoI just miss him being here. He&rsquos light brown and he&rsquos got white underneath his chin and down by his stomach. He was wearing a blue collar, with all his tags.&rdquo

Veet, a 75-year-old retiree who has Parkinson&rsquos Disease, surmises the dog could have run out of the yard &ldquoif somebody came in or went out and didn&rsquot make sure the gate was latched.&rdquo

It&rsquos also possible that someone saw how cute he was and just took him.

More than three years ago he was missing for a week, until Tricia Veet recognized him being walked by someone else on a nearby street.

This time, Tricia has posted Bingo&rsquos photo all through the neighborhood and on social media.

&ldquoWe keep getting calls and calls and calls,&rdquo Bunnie Veet said. &ldquoMy son runs to check it out we went as far as White Haven.&rdquo

So far, none of the clues have led to Bingo.

If anyone who might have him or know where he is, Bunnie Veet said, &ldquoPlease, I miss him. It&rsquos not that he has a big health problem but he gets sick quite a bit and we do give him medicine. He needs his medicine.&rdquo

Anyone who might have information about Bingo is asked to contact 570-455-6325 or 570-401-3188.


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